What if we could redesign everything?
The world's largest online festival of ideas. Thanks to everyone who took part in DIF 2017! Explore the best sessions below.

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Exploring Cities in Transition

How are cities around the world benefiting from a circular economy transition? These sessions aim to shed light on this question.

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Quick Watch: Sessions Under 12 Minutes

If you're short on time and looking for something short and sweet to watch - then you're in the right place! From Brazilian Favelas to Clothes that Grow - there's something to suit everyone.

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Headliner Sessions

Our DIF Headliners this year included: Areti Markopoulou, Michel Bauwens, Azeem Azhar, Hamilton Henrique, William McDonough and Zoe Laughlin.

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Making Positive Material Choices

Design encourages us to rethink business models, how we make products, and to consider the system surrounding them, but we also need to think about the materials we use. Explore this playlist to find out more.

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The Future of Food

Our food system is wasteful, nature degrading and hundreds of millions go to bed hungry or get sick through poor diet. How can we shift the system onto a healthier path that will provide future food security? Watch these sessions to gain different perspectives on the matter.

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The Business of Blockchain

Here is a selection of sessions all about the topic of Blockchain. From how it can impact our work, to how it can reduce fashion pollution...

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  • "It's fantastic that players of People's Postcode Lottery are supporting an innovative event that inspires its participants to think about how they can contribute towards a circular economy."

    Will Humpington Climate Change and Environmental Programmes Advisor at People’s Postcode Lottery

  • “It’s a fantastic opportunity to learn from and engage directly with thought-provoking innovators around the world”

    Greta Matos Quila Quina Consulting, Chile

  • “Extremely well organised and presented. No need to get on a plane to attend. And it’s free!”

    Karen Ellis Mend It, Australia